I arrived at the edges of the Etosha Pan reserve. The pan makes part of the Kalahari Basin and is for the most part a dry salt lake. I had been told by many that this was a place not to miss in Namibia and that I would surely see many wild life here.
Like in Sossusvlei no motorbikes are allowed in the park and this time they have good reason. Earlier in the trip when I was in Lüderitz I meet Ulrike a traveler who now was also at the lodge where I was staying. Because I couldn't get into the reserve on my bike Ulrike took me along in the car.
Etosha was not a disappointment, right away we started to see wild life. The reserve is very large, it would take you days to drive around all the roads. Taking a tour with a guide is often the best way to see and learn about the animals.
I pretty much saw all the big game here. Herds of zebras, elephants, springboks, oryx and yes several loins and rhinos fighting for the territory or the head of the heard.